An angry man pulled down his pants and threatened to rape a female employer of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), for allegedly disconnecting his power cable without his knowledge.
In a video that surfaced online, the infuriated man was seen dragging an electrical-cable, presumably his, which was disconnected by the PHCN staff for refusing to pay electrical bills.
The man was complaining bitterly while exchanging words with the female official, claiming his son “was killed along the line” after his power cable was disconnected.
“Next time, you never never try to go to anybody’s house and remove a wire that will kill a boy. My boy was killed along the line. People they call themselves nonentity NEPA that is video is videoing. People are videoing you too,” he said as he drags a cable wire from the woman who refused letting the sire out of her hand.
All of a suddenly, to the greatest surprise of everyone at the scene, the man immediately dropped the cap he was holding and began to pull down his knicker and his boxers in the presence of the lady and eyewitnesses around, saying “I want to rape her.”
“You will just come to people’s house and collect money. Don’t you know I have paid?”
“I want to rape her, tell them I am raping, I want to collect my wire,” he said.
Without hesitation, the lady quickly released the wire and moved away from the scene.
Watch the video below:
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